Performance at Leeds Met Gallery

Roadside Attractions makes a second appearance during the seminar, Playing in Urban Places, taking place at the Leeds Met Gallery in Leeds, England. This site-specific performance will continue to explore the same methodology used during the residency recently carried out in Carleton at the Centre Vaste et Vague (micro-interventions where filmed “flash landmarks” become the backdrop to a gallery performance). A good fit, it seems, for this conference that “seeks to investigate the creative ways that a city is uncovered and discovered, while generating a stimulating platform for discussion and debate around the experience of interacting with location.”

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